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  • earwhacks
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    Joined: Sep 14th, 2007, 07:15
    rmx automation tnt question
    steve (or other kind logic fiends), automating pan and volume in 3rd party plugs, like rmx, with the environment when all the audio is returning a single audio fader makes sense. it has the added benefit of getting ones environment chops sharpened up. something i've been avoiding since the early 90's. i tend to route audio back to the mixer from 3rd party plugs, each channel on it's own audio fader. pan and volume automation is pretty much business as usual in this case. this has the added benefit of further independent processing of the VI"S channels in logic's mixer and the continued bliss of environmental ignorance. (we kid because we love as rickles would say. in spite of my best efforts to ignore them your environment tips have creeped (long E) )into my consciousness. dare i say it? they've actually got me curious. a very very dangerous state of mind.) so, the point is (i think) aside from the independent audio processing are there upsides and downsides to either way of automating that i'm missing? thanks, earwhacks
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  • steveH
    Posts: 857
    Joined: Oct 17th, 2006, 05:19
    Re: rmx automation tnt question
    Are you refering to multi output VI's outputs on aux channels? That's cool for audio routing. However I'm focussing on addressing the multi-timbral abilities of VIs and getting midi to all those independent midi channels that most VIs can address. Of course you can have both at the same time allowing tons of control from the input and output sides! Try it!
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